Insights from SED's 2018 Fall Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum
Categories: Commercial, Industrial, Regulation, Solar, Sourcing Renewables, Wind
Date Published: 5/29/2019
Source: Smart Energy Decisions
Primary Topic: Sourcing Renewables
As we look forward to the 2019 edition of the Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum, set for September 16-18 in Ponte Vedra, Florida, take a look back at highlights from our 2018 RESF event.
Driven by the engagement and collaboration among our customers, developers, and utilities, RESF included memorable keynote presentations, panels, and Q&A, including:
- Patrick Leonard, manager, energy and resource management, Starbucks
- Panel discussion on innovations in utility green tariff programs
- Jason Klein, vice president, US energy transition strategy, Shell
- Mark Yamauchi, environmental sustainability manager, Toyota Motor North America
- Nathan Nissen, principal engineer, sustainability, Kohler Co.
- Joby Carlson, global director of sustainable energy and operations, Walmart
- Sean Kinghorn, global sustainability leader, Intuit
- Panel discussion on cities getting on board with renewables
- Scott Macmurdo, business development director of corporate accounts, Duke Energy Renewables and Craig Noxon, VP, enterprise sales, REC Solar
- Brent Trenga, building technology director, Kingspan North America
- Brad Christensen, managing director of risk management products, Calpine Energy Solutions
- Peter Kelly-Detwiler, principal, NorthBridge Energy Partners
Download this Insights report to see what you missed. Be part of the excitement and join us at the 2019 Renewable Energy Sourcing Forum, September 16-18 in Ponte Vedra, Florida.
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